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  1.  11-06-2012  11:44 PM
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    Thumbs up PNI's Physique Transformation Specialist Eric Broser Q & A!


    Let me know how I can help fellas!
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    Originally Posted by EBroser
    Let me know how I can help fellas!
    Ill get the ball Rollin.....what's your thoughts on protein and carbs immediately post workout compared to just protein?
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    Well thank you my friend for jumping in! My thoughts are that carbs and proteins should be combined post workout for sure, but the amounts and types of carbs used need to be adjusted to be in line with your overall goal at the time.
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    Thoughts on intermittent fasting vs smaller frequent meals? Or both of those vs. my technique of "eat when I'm hungry."

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    Originally Posted by Piston Honda
    Thoughts on intermittent fasting vs smaller frequent meals? Or both of those vs. my technique of "eat when I'm hungry."
    Good debate topic.
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    Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    Thoughts on intermittent fasting vs smaller frequent meals? Or both of those vs. my technique of "eat when I'm hungry."
    I'd like to hear this topic brought up in more detail too.

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    Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    Thoughts on intermittent fasting vs smaller frequent meals? Or both of those vs. my technique of "eat when I'm hungry."
    I believe that most of us have done very well eating 5-7 solid meals per day, starting with breakfast and then eating again every 2-3 hours after. Many an incredible physique, both natural and enhanced, have been built using this basic and time-tested methodology. Hell, I built well over 100 lbs of drug free muscle doing it like this and compete at 210-220 lbs at 3.5-4% body fat...again, drug free.

    Now, do I feel there are some interesting variations on this theme that can be useful at times? Yes, ideas like carb back-loading and skipping meal 1 to catabolize fat can have some value and should be experimented with. Playing with nutrients at specific times to manipulate the hormonal cascade show some interesting effects in some and certainly have a physiologic basis.

    But, just like the debate between steady state cardio vs HIIT, I have done it both ways and have gotten ripped both ways. I have been shredded on low fats, higher carbs and higher fats, lower carbs. Everything "works" if done consistently well and given enough time.

    Each of us must find out what slight variations on the theme work best for us, just to make things a little bit easier and more efficient - but in the end, it is always blood, sweat and tears that gets the job done!
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    Amen brother! Thanks for taking the time to reply.

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    Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    Amen brother! Thanks for taking the time to reply.
    My pleasure. Anytime friend!
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    Training in high rep ranges. 15/20/25... Higher volume & chasing the pump and burn.

    What are you thoughts on DOMs?

    What are you thoughts/feedback on that stated above?
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    Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Training in high rep ranges. 15/20/25... Higher volume & chasing the pump and burn.

    What are you thoughts on DOMs?

    What are you thoughts/feedback on that stated above?
    When approaching muscle hypertrophy we MUST understand that their are multiple pathways that lead to its fruition. No single rep range or training method is optimal, but rather a well-thought-out combination of protocols is necessary. Yes, chase the pump/burn some days and others lift heavy and others move the weight quickly and still others slow it down. VARIATION! Have you heard of my POWER/REP RANGE/SHOCK AND FIBER DAMAGE/FIBER SATURATION TRAINING PROGRAMS?

    While DOMS is not 100% necessary in order to see new growth I DO believe it should be experienced to some degree to tell us we have damaged muscle fibers that will need to be repaired.
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    Originally Posted by EBroser

    When approaching muscle hypertrophy we MUST understand that their are multiple pathways that lead to its fruition. No single rep range or training method is optimal, but rather a well-thought-out combination of protocols is necessary. Yes, chase the pump/burn some days and others lift heavy and others move the weight quickly and still others slow it down. VARIATION! Have you heard of my POWER/REP RANGE/SHOCK AND FIBER DAMAGE/FIBER SATURATION TRAINING PROGRAMS?

    While DOMS is not 100% necessary in order to see new growth I DO believe it should be experienced to some degree to tell us we have damaged muscle fibers that will need to be repaired.
    Thank you and I' dont think I'm familiar w/those programs. Got any details?
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    Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Thank you and I' dont think I'm familiar w/those programs. Got any details?
    I think I am going to post them up in the training section and I will link you to it once I do.
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    LINK TO PRRS THREAD: anabolicminds.com/forum/training-forum/217588-original-power-rep.html#post3706767
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    Thoughts on using chains during your lifts? Specially the bench?
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    Originally Posted by howwedo107
    Thoughts on using chains during your lifts? Specially the bench?
    I'd be interested in this. I enjoy it from a powerlifting perspective but am not sure if it has merits for the sole purpose of aesthetics
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    Fantastic thread,
    And very interesting and informative answers.
    Thank you, and welcome to the boards.
    Peace

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    Originally Posted by toddgranit View Post
    Fantastic thread,
    And very interesting and informative answers.
    Thank you, and welcome to the boards.
    Peace
    Thanks so much neighbor!!
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    Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    Thoughts on using chains during your lifts? Specially the bench?
    Excellent tool for powerlifters and athletes. For bodybuilders something that can be thrown in now and again just to mess with your CNS a bit and make training interesting. Personally I have never used them in my OWN training.
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